A small-company client allows employees (local and remote) to use MSN Messenger 7.0 to communicate (XP SP2 machines). Concern is knowing what is being said over this channel. What I would like to do is force-enable the option to log the chat history on machines as client is wary of installing spy-ware or keylogger.
Knowing a little bit about Windows, I believe that there is a registry entry which reflects the chat logging option, but I am unable to locate it.
Also, would it be more robust (i.e. less chance of user tampering) if the option was force-enabled through an HKLM key as opposed to HKCU? If so, how/what/where? Also, are you aware of the Registry key which would disable the users ability to change the option once enabled?